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Ford Mustang remains an all-time thoroughbred in the four-passenger sports car arena.
The compact car segment commands one-third of the cars sold in the U.S. with more than 2 million sales annually.
After a seven-year hiatus, Audi Allroad returns to the U.S. market as a 2013 model.
The Lexus LS has not taken a back seat to passenger comfort since it debuted in 1989.
Driving California’s Pacific Coast Highway brought an interesting perspective to a recent Ford press drive.
HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. | Seventy automotive scribes gathered for the annual Midwest Automotive Media Association’s Fall Rally to drive the auto industry’s 2013 product line last week.
Infiniti’s Performance Line dusts off fall pavement with the 2012 Infiniti G37 IPL Coupe.
Chrysler Group’s Ram brand dials a class-exclusive 8-speed automatic transmission on the 2013 Ram 1500 truck.
With Jaguar, where you sit depends on where you stand.
Head turning from passersby comes standard with the Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe.
Snow-belt dwellers are already whispering the “W-word” in our region. So is Swedish automaker Volvo.
Parents of high school and college students shopping for a "school car" get a lesson in Economics 101 with the 2012 Toyota Yaris.
Mercedes-Benz debuts its 2013 GL-Class with help from 2012 Wimbledon Champion, Roger Federer.
Muller Acura of Merrillville has opened its doors to its new auto dealership at 3301 W. Lincoln Highway in Merrillville.
Manual labor is part of the job description for the 2012 Ram 1500 Tradesmen truck.
Subaru revealed its first crossover vehicle to the automotive press at the 2012 New York International Auto Show four months ago today.
German automaker BMW dials its “Ultimate Driving Machine” down to four cylinders with the 2012 BMW 328i sedan.
Mitsubishi Motors joins the electric propulsion circuit with the 2012 Mitsubishi Innovative Electric Vehicle.
Mercedes-Benz prepares its popular GLK-Class for a mid-cycle facelift with the 2013 GLK350 sport utility vehicle.
The British–built Mini Cooper comes wrapped in coupe contours for 2012.
Subaru greets the Summer Solstice with the 2012 Subaru Impreza partial zero emissions vehicle, or PZEV, for a cleaner today and greener tomorrow.
Volvo takes a tall order to highlight the XC60 sport utility and C30 two-door hatchback Polestar R-Design vehicles.
Nissan prompts the adage, "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery", with the fifth–generation Nissan Altima.
Some people are disappointed at the answer I give them when they ask, "What kind of car do you own?"
Toyota's Scion Division drives deeper the youth market with the arrival of the 2013 Scion FR–S sport coupe this week.
Dodge Dart returns to the road after a 36-year hiatus targeted at compact car buyers looking for value with an Italian spin.
General Motors washes the gray out of its Buick Division with the 2012 Buick LaCrosse with eAssist.
Japanese automaker Mazda joins the 40–plus mileage club with SkyActiv technology.
Consumers interested in a value–packed crossover sport utility vehicle should add the midsize 2012 Chevrolet Equinox to their shopping list.
In the 1960s, they were called "sleepers" – plain wrapper sedans that looked tame on the surface but hid a high–output engine that challenged some of the most formidable Detroit–built muscle cars of the era.
Small business owners helped build America. Today, a pioneer of U.S. auto manufacturing helps them build their trade.
Hammering the throttle of the 2012 Camaro ZL1 turns a new chapter in Chevrolet's muscle car history.
Toyota grows bigger with a small version of its top-selling Prius hybrid.
Last week's warm weather heralded the arrival of the hot 2012 Mercedes–Benz ML63 AMG to the Midwest marketplace.
This year's mild winter opens thoughts of an early spring. For convertible owners, warm weather is the lure that reels them closer to the open-air driving season.
German auto giant Volkswagen pumps up its "people's car" with the muscular styling of the 2012 Beetle.
Two words came to mind when the redesigned 2013 Ford Fusion was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show last month: Aston Martin.
CHICAGO | A new freshman steps into the compact car segment on the final day of the 2012 Chicago Auto Show for a look–back to the Class of 1976 and the return of the Chrysler–built Dodge Dart.
CHICAGO | Toyota's youth brand Scion brings thunder to a new exhibit that centers on the 2013 Scion FR–S compact sports car at this year's auto show.
Chicago leads the charge for highway–capable electric vehicle displays at this 2012 Chicago Auto Show.
There are two opposing views to driving an open–top roadster.
Today's 104th edition of the Chicago Auto Show steps into McCormick Place with more than 1.3 million square feet of exhibition space showcasing nearly 1,000 vehicles that highlight the direction of America's future transportation.
A brand that more than 12 years ago was criticized for its lackluster design and poor build quality was recognized recently as "America's best."
Today's Super Bowl at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis and Friday's start of the Chicago Auto Show at McCormick Place focuses the spotlight sharply on the Midwest this week.
One of the Detroit Three automakers use to run a TV commercial tag line that in their own way asked, "Have you driven their brand lately?"
Being an overachiever in the world of exceptional fuel economy is a good thing.
Winter's eventual arrival to our region will be a challenge for some drivers on local roadways. With Suzuki Grand Vitara, it's a walk in the park.
Hyundai steps into the trophy closet to return with a flashy new three–door coupe targeted at the youth market, the Veloster.
British automaker Land Rover ventures into New Year territory with a dramatic departure from the norm and the all-new 2012 Range Rover Evoque.
General Motors' Buick division stirs sizzling design into its next–generation product mix with the 2012 Buick Regal GS sport sedan.
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